Hey Guys, i would really like to see .NET support in clover.
I've read a few legacy forum posts from you guys about supporting products with "No BS" but come on, surely you're bigger than that now!
Unfortunately our customers often dictate what platform we use and its often .NET, there is also a massive ALT.NET community out there, and what about mono?
you also have an iDE connector for VS so why not complete the circle for the .NET guys (who use it for whatever reason) and sort out code coverage?
The clover project was acquired by Atlassian and is a java based solution for code coverage aimed at java code base.
SO your real question is when they will support code coverage for .net project.s
But they already do support NCover http://www.ncover.com/ SO you can just pay them for a code coverag etool instead, and just as easily integrate the reports into your builds.
Please comment on my original answer or Andy's original question. Your post is not an answer and should not be added as one.
ncover is not an atlassian tool. If you are a .net shop, then you do not need Clover, and should not pay for it. If you are a java _and_ .net shop you will need to aquire licenses for both products, from different vendors.
That (IMO) is not a concern, I would rather see individual products do one job well then be overly bloated and unfocused just to cover a wider spectrum.
Regardless of who owns ncover it is fully supported integration with Bamboo.
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